My name is Dr. Malcolm Colson. During the day, I’m dedicated to helping relationships stay afloat. At night, I swim in a sea of erotica. My two lives never cross paths, but navigating them both definitely takes its toll.
On my side of the therapist’s couch, I crave control. When my submissive, Ava Pierson, starts to break the rules of our relationship, I find myself grappling to keep things on track.
On the other side of the couch is Sean Tillman, a humble man dealing with the familiar problem of not knowing how to please his woman. I have just the prescription Sean needs, if he’s willing to be open-minded, and learn that satisfying a woman often requires admitting you don't know as much as you think you do, and learning to go the extra mile.
If I could listen to my own advice, my life would be simple. But as the pages turn, I learn that I’m the best at giving advice, and the absolute worst at taking it.
Felt like Therapy
I enjoyed this book but it did feel like too much thinky therapy session, at times. I liked the main character in all his flaws but Sean and Becky were annoying.
This is my first W.S. Greer read. Such a good book. Great writing. Continued success. 👍🏾